The Research and Inquiry Presentation is a major milestone in a Ph.D. candidate's studies at the College of Education.

The purposes of R&I presentations are to:

  • Immerse students in issues of content and method directly pertinent to your chosen specialization.
  • Provide students with practical experience in the use of methods and the application of content learned in coursework.
  • Convey aspects of substance and method that characterize the topic studied, but are not taught in general method or content courses.
  • Afford an opportunity for students to present research to a professional audience and for the audience to learn about the research.

Learn more about this quarter's presentations. The College of Education community and outside scholars are welcome to attend.

When: 
February 6, 2015 - 8:15am to 5:00pm
Where: 
Various Locations
Where: 
Miller 212

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